Welcome Guest.   Make a donation to an author on the site April 24, 2014, 09:59:31 PM  *

Please login or register.
Or did you miss your validation email?


Login with username and password (forgot your password?)
Why not become a lifetime supporting member of the site with a one-time donation of any amount? Your donation entitles you to a ton of additional benefits, including access to exclusive discounts and downloads, the ability to enter monthly free software drawings, and a single non-expiring license key for all of our programs.


You must sign up here before you can post and access some areas of the site. Registration is totally free and confidential.
 
The N.A.N.Y. Challenge 2011! Download 30+ custom programs!
   
   Forum Home   Thread Marks Chat! Downloads Search Login Register  
Pages: [1] 2 Next   Go Down
  Reply  |  New Topic  |  Print  
Author Topic: Looking for an E-Mail Client which can be run on an USB Stick  (Read 15078 times)
masu
Member
**
Posts: 401

View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« on: September 24, 2007, 11:13:34 AM »

Looking for an E-Mail Client which can be run on an USB Stick
Do you have any recommendations?
Logged

Find+Run Robot 2.90.01
Windows 7
tinjaw
Supporting Member
**
Posts: 1,926



I'm so glad breakbeat techno isn't an illegal drug

see users location on a map View Profile WWW Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2007, 11:17:02 AM »

Mozilla Thunderbird, Portable Edition
Logged

 
Beth UK
Supporting Member
**
Posts: 81


View Profile Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2007, 11:54:43 AM »

The Bat - Voyager edition...

http://www.ritlabs.com/en/products/voyager/

Poco Systems also make MyInfoToGo - It's a version of Pocomail I believe with added organizer functions.

http://www.pocosystems.co...2&id=40&Itemid=71
Logged
tomos
Charter Member
***
Posts: 8,067



see users location on a map View Profile WWW Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2007, 12:18:49 PM »

have a look at thread
anyone tried i.Scribe email client?

iScribe & Koma-Mail
Logged

Tom
PhilB66
Supporting Member
**
Posts: 1,510


View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #4 on: September 24, 2007, 12:39:13 PM »

The Portable Freeware Collection lists 20 eMail Clients with short description and users comments.
Logged
ad-min
Supporting Member
**
Posts: 24


View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2007, 12:41:13 PM »

My first choice would be InScribe, but also Koma-Mail is a good program.

Other great portable email clients:
- Popcorn (www.ultrafunk.com/products/popcorn/)
- si.Mail (http://simail.sourceforge.net/)
Logged
urlwolf
Charter Member
***
Posts: 1,784



see users location on a map View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #6 on: September 24, 2007, 01:04:55 PM »

I'd go for Opera portable, M2 is a great client, and now even betterin Kestrel (9.5)
Logged
Jimdoria
Charter Member
***
Posts: 244


see users location on a map View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #7 on: September 25, 2007, 02:23:05 AM »

I always go to www.portableapps.com to find "x-on-a-stick". It's all open source s/w, tweaked to run from a USB drive.
Logged

- Jimdoria ~@>@

There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who divide everybody into two kinds of people, and those who don't.
rjbull
Charter Member
***
Posts: 2,701

View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #8 on: September 25, 2007, 04:36:50 AM »

Pimmy from the last page of the portable apps page PhilB66 posted above.  See also Geminisoft Pimmy review by Allen, a man who knows a thing or two about e-mail clients.

Logged
Eóin
Charter Member
***
Posts: 1,400


O'Callaghan

see users location on a map View Profile WWW Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #9 on: September 25, 2007, 04:37:40 AM »

I really like the Mobility Email client. It's a rebranded Thunderbird.
Logged

Interviewer: Is there anything you don't like?
Bjarne Stroustrup: Marketing hype as a substitute for technical argument. Thoughtless adherence to dogma. Pride in ignorance.
lanux128
Global Moderator
*****
Posts: 6,049



see users location on a map View Profile WWW Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #10 on: September 25, 2007, 05:13:28 AM »

nPOP or its UK cousin, nPOPUk..

Logged

iphigenie
Supporting Member
**
Posts: 1,165


curiosity FTW!

see users location on a map View Profile WWW Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #11 on: September 25, 2007, 05:34:50 AM »

I use the portable opera version - not a particularly lightweight option but great for imap
Logged
Mark0
Charter Honorary Member
***
Posts: 586


see users location on a map View Profile WWW Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #12 on: September 25, 2007, 11:48:31 AM »

PopCorn may also come handy; it's a very very small email client for some quick mailing needs.

Bye!
Logged

lanux128
Global Moderator
*****
Posts: 6,049



see users location on a map View Profile WWW Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #13 on: September 25, 2007, 07:21:30 PM »

also check out the Email Clients list at TinyApps.Org

http://tinyapps.org/internet.html

Logged

Dr-Leech
Member
**
Posts: 151


Psychedelic Coder

View Profile WWW Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #14 on: September 26, 2007, 09:44:03 AM »

nPOP or its UK cousin, nPOPUk..



I use nPop some time ago, it's fantastic for easy emailing.. otherwise I use Thunderbird or Gmail.
Logged

sword
Charter Member
***
Posts: 177


View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #15 on: September 27, 2007, 03:36:08 PM »

I like Popcorn, 300 KB + small .ini
http://www.ultrafunk.com/products/popcorn/
Logged
AHMalik
Participant
*
Posts: 18


View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #16 on: September 27, 2007, 10:01:11 PM »

try:

reach a mail:
http://www.smartpctools.com
Logged
lanux128
Global Moderator
*****
Posts: 6,049



see users location on a map View Profile WWW Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #17 on: September 27, 2007, 10:41:31 PM »

good find, AHMalik.. Reach-a-Mail looks cool! adding some screenshots..





http://www.smartpctools.c...ortable_email/index1.html

Logged

lrlewis
Participant
*
Posts: 4

View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #18 on: September 30, 2007, 10:23:10 AM »

While  www.portableapps.com is OK, it updates slowly.  Try http://www.winpenpack.com/
Much more active, and don't let the italian put you off.  Just switch to english, upper right.  Offers a number of e-mail clients for you to try.  Also menu system is much better than portableapps.
Logged
ur1sn00per
Charter Member
***
Posts: 19

View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #19 on: September 30, 2007, 05:21:27 PM »

Reach-a-mail
Logged
app103
That scary taskbar girl
Global Moderator
*****
Posts: 5,027



see users location on a map View Profile WWW Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #20 on: September 30, 2007, 05:50:56 PM »

if you need a POP email client, and a ton more, try the one included with Floppy Office. (it's nPOPuk)

Quote
NPopUK  is a full featured email client (a far improved version of the brilliant nPOP itself), which as it is, can almost replace MS Outlook Express. It supports authentication, address book, multiple POP accounts and much more!

Floppy office is a collection of small portable utilities perfect for a USB stick, and the whole collection is actually small enough to fit on a single floppy. There are at least 15 applications in it:

Quote from: Floppy Office v3.4  from http://www.xtort.net
KPad (kPad.zip) - A simple MDI Rich Text editor
(replaces Wordpad)

NPop (npop102win32_eng.zip) - A complete POP3 email client
(almost replaces Outlook Express)

Ted (tnp451re_uni.zip) - An unbelievably full featured notepad replacement which
supports unicode.(completely replaces notepad, and then some)

EVE (eve.zip)- A vector editor graphics program which can serve as a flow chart tool
(replaces MS Paint, even though Paint is a bitmap editor...)

iFtp (iftp-win32-v198.zip)- A simple FTP client
(replaces WSFTP)

110k Zipper (100ziper.exe) - A small zip/unzip utility
(almost replaces Winzip)

PDF Producer (PDFproducerExe.zip) - A simple text-PDF conversion application
(almost replaces PDF printer driver)

Spread32 (spread32.zip) -  A full-featured spreasheet program.
Version 19991112 Beta is the last free one. (almost replaces MS Excel)

MemPad (mempad.zip) - keeps little tree sytle notes with a handy index.
(handy rudimentary outliner)

RenameFiles (renamefiles_v2.42_us.zip) - a handy program for
renaming multiple files in a single step

Plus:

dsCrypt (dscrypt.exe) - An AES/Rijndael file encryption software

X-Pass (xpass.zip) - X-Pass reveals all system password fields

dsDEL (dsdel.exe) - dsDEL is a secure file deletion utility

TinyWeb Server (tinyweb.zip) - Complete web server, WWW supports MIME file typing, CGI, common log format, and multi-hosting

TinyBox (tinybox.zip) - A graphical user interface for TinyWeb Server!
There is a newer version 3.9 available but I haven't downloaded it yet.

Screenshot:
Logged

Carol Haynes
Waffles for England (patent pending)
Global Moderator
*****
Posts: 7,923



see users location on a map View Profile WWW Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #21 on: September 30, 2007, 06:44:13 PM »

I always go to www.portableapps.com to find "x-on-a-stick". It's all open source s/w, tweaked to run from a USB drive.

I'm pretty sure they were false positive but I downloaded the portable apps "suite" and PCTools SpyWare Doctor went absolutely mad when I unpacked the ZIP with malware reports !

My biggest gripe with the suite is that it is too big for my USB Flash Drive so the install fails leaving those apps that were installed unusable because the final part of the installation sets up the program menu and start files.
Logged

tinjaw
Supporting Member
**
Posts: 1,926



I'm so glad breakbeat techno isn't an illegal drug

see users location on a map View Profile WWW Read user's biography. Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #22 on: September 30, 2007, 07:01:12 PM »

If you really want to go portable, don't use an email client at all. Use a webmail client. Most ISPs today have one or more installed. And you can always use your a Gmail or Yahoo mail client to get to your "regular" email.
Logged

 
rjbull
Charter Member
***
Posts: 2,701

View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #23 on: October 01, 2007, 05:30:51 AM »

Floppy office is a collection of small portable utilities perfect for a USB stick, and the whole collection is actually small enough to fit on a single floppy. There are at least 15 applications in it:

MemPad (mempad.zip) - keeps little tree sytle notes with a handy index.
(handy rudimentary outliner)

It's worth keeping an eye on the author's Web site, as MemPad is in constant development.  Many convenient new features have been added recently.

Logged
rjbull
Charter Member
***
Posts: 2,701

View Profile Give some DonationCredits to this forum member
« Reply #24 on: October 01, 2007, 05:34:58 AM »

If you really want to go portable, don't use an email client at all. Use a webmail client. Most ISPs today have one or more installed. And you can always use your a Gmail or Yahoo mail client to get to your "regular" email.

Mail2Web is another useful option for picking up your POP3 mail over the Web; it's been briefly mentioned in another DC thread

Logged
Pages: [1] 2 Next   Go Up
  Reply  |  New Topic  |  Print  
 
Jump to:  
   Forum Home   Thread Marks Chat! Downloads Search Login Register  

DonationCoder.com | About Us
DonationCoder.com Forum | Powered by SMF
[ Page time: 0.065s | Server load: 0.04 ]